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Friday, January 03, 2020

Trump's Targeted Killing Was Payback for Iranian Gen Qasem Soleimani who ordered Quds Force Karbala Raid & Murder of 5 US Soldiers Jan 20 2007.

Trump's Targeted Killing Was Payback for Iranian Gen Qasem Soleimani who ordered Quds Force Karbala Raid & Murder of 5 US Soldiers Jan 20 2007. LOL, Although terror boss Qassem Soleimani was blown to bits in the US drone strike, the top Iranian commander was identified by his blood-red ring. Karma for Karbala massacre. On January 20th, a team of twelve Quds Force men disguised as U.S. soldiers entered the Provincial Joint Coordination Center in Karbala, Iraq where U.S. soldiers conducted a meeting with local officials, and attacked and killed five soldiers, and wounded another three. The initial reports indicated the five were killed in the Karbala JCC, however the U.S. military has reported that four of those killed were actually removed, kidnapped, from the center, handcuffed, and murdered.  
Friday Jan 3rd, 2020...Iran has vowed a 'crushing revenge' and 'jihad' on the United States after an American airstrike this morning killed Tehran's top general Qassem Soleimani, head of the elite Quds Force, at Baghdad International Airport. Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei proclaimed his country would avenge the bitter loss of his highest ranking general, while Lebanon's Tehran-backed Hezbollah said it would ramp up its terror 'with the blessing of his pure blood.' The Pentagon said President Donald Trump had ordered the 'decisive action to protect U.S. personnel abroad by killing Soleimani' who was 'actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in Iraq and throughout the region.' Soleimani was among five people 'torn to shreds' by four missiles fired from an MQ-9 Reaper drone on two vehicles in the early hours of Friday. The commander was so badly maimed he could only be identified by the ruby ring he wore on his left hand.
Veterans Accuse Banks of Funding Iran Gen Qasem Soleimani Quds Force & Hezbollah Special Group Criminals in Karbala Raid with Drug and Used Car Sales.  WSJ….More than 200 veterans and their families filed a lawsuit accusing six major banks of helping Iran move tens of millions of dollars to groups targeting U.S. soldiers in Iraq during the war. Monday’s lawsuit, 11/10/2014, alleges that banks ignored the risk that some of the billions of dollars they helped Iran secretly funnel through the U.S. financial system would wind up in the hands of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps and its proxies that orchestrated attacks against U.S. troops in Iraq. The banks— HSBC Holdings PLC, Barclays PLC, Standard Chartered PLC, Royal Bank of Scotland PLC and Credit Suisse Group —declined to comment on the lawsuit Monday. The suit also names as a defendant the UK-based subsidiary of an Iranian financial institution, Bank Saderat Iran. The suit filed Monday documents scores of attacks, including a 2007 incident in which a dozen men dressed in U.S. military fatigues breached an Iraqi headquarters in Karbala, abducted four American soldiers and executed them. Documents later retrieved from captured militants pointed to the involvement of Hezbollah and the Revolutionary Guard Corps, an elite Iranian force, the lawsuit says.

I first pointed out the Iran connection to the “KARBALA RAID” in Iraq the killed 5 US soldiers back in 2008, SEE…..Friday, August 15, 2008, Iraqi Shiite Terror Squads Receiving Training in Iran, “special group criminals” who took part in the Karbala Raid of Jan 2007. WASHINGTON — Iraqi Shiite explosive and assassination teams are being trained in at least 4 locations in Iran by Tehran’s elite Quds force and Lebanese Hezbollah. The Karbala raid in Jan 2007 was a Iraqi Shiite Terror Squad who had Trained in Iran, “special group criminals”. A senior U.S. military intelligence officer in Baghdad also said the fighters planned to return to Iraq in the next few months to kill specific Iraqi officials as well as U.S. and Iraqi forces. The intelligence officer described the information Thursday in an interview with The Associated Press. He spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the intelligence information.
Arrested leaders of the “Special Group Criminals” in Iraq during 2007 were Ali Musa Daqduq, Qais Khazali and Layith Khazali,(see photo above) they were the Iranian operatives who helped plan a January 2007 raid in Karbala in which five American soldiers were killed, as per a American military spokesman in Iraq.



CNN Karbala attackers posed as U.S. military officials POSTED: 9:36a.m. EST, January 23, 2007. The attackers carried forged identity cards and wore American-style uniforms, they drove 6 BLACK GMC Suburban SUV’s. One American died at the start of the raid, but the rest of the American soldiers were abducted before they were killed. Lebanese Hezbollah conducts much of the training in the camps because its members speak Arabic, the dominant language in Iraq. The trainees in the Iranian camps include three Iraqis already wanted by the Iraqi government for terrorist attacks: Haji Mahdi, Haji Thamir, and Baqir al Sa’idi, the officer said. He identified two Iraqi Shiite militia groups in Iran by name: “The League of the Righteous,” or “Asaib al Haq,” and the “Kataib al Hezbollah.” The “special group criminals” are offshoots of cleric Muqtada al-Sadr’s Jaysh al-Mahdi militia. They spun off their own groups after al-Sadr declared a cease-fire with the Iraqi government in August 2007 and are not thought to be under his control now.
Documents seized from Qais Khazali, General Bergner said, showed that Iran’s Quds Force provided detailed information on the activities of American soldiers in Karbala, including shift changes and the defenses at the site. The U.S. military also wants the Iraqi government to take steps to protect the targets. “Wanted” posters picturing men believed to be heading the special groups are being posted around Baghdad, the military officer said. The fighters are expected to return to Iraq between now and October, but the officer said there’s no intelligence suggesting they are actually in Iraq yet. Many of the fighters fled to Iran this spring after Iraqi government forces cracked down first on militia sanctuaries in Basra and Sadr City in Baghdad, then Amarah, and now in Diyala province, the military officer said. One of the reasons the U.S. believes the special groups moved out during that period is the sharp decline in the number of deadly roadside bombs using explosively formed penetrators. The officer said training is going on in at least four locations in Iran: Qom, Tehran, Ahvaz and Mashhad. The elite Quds Force is a branch of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. The Islamic militant group Hezbollah, based in Lebanon, is believed to receive weapons from Syria and Iran. The number of “special group criminals” — the U.S. name for Iraqi fighters sponsored by Iran — is unknown but is estimated to be in the hundreds and possibly more than 1,000. The training includes how to conduct reconnaissance to pinpoint targets, small arms and weapons training, small unit tactics, and terrorist cell operations and communications. They are also learning how to use explosively formed penetrator bombs and other improvised explosive devices and rocket propelled grenades, including the RPG-29, a signature weapon of Lebanese Hezbollah and the Quds force. Lebanese Hezbollah conducts much of the training in the camps because its members speak Arabic, the dominant language in Iraq.

FOX NEWS Iran Commander Behind Killing of U.S. Troops Reportedly Linked to Washington Bomb Plot. A key player in the Iran-backed plot to assassinate Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the U.S. was a senior military commander linked to the slaughter of U.S. troops in Karbala Iraq, The Washington Post reported. Abdul Reza Shahlai is the cousin of accused plotter Mansour Arbabsiar, 56, an Iranian-American currently in custody and charged with a string of offenses including conspiracy to commit murder and an act of international terrorisn. Along with a co-conspirator who remains at large in Iran, Arbabsiar — a used car salesman (USED CAR DEALER) based in Corpus Christi, Texas — allegedly planned to bomb a Washington, D.C. restaurant where he believed Saudi Ambassador Adel al Jubeir was a regular customer.
The Treasury Department released a chart of the associates and businesses connected to the Cheaitelly/El Khansa organization. 
One of the businesses targeted in the action, Junior International S.A., was previously controlled by Ayman Joumaa, who was sanctioned in January under the Treasury Department’s Kingpin Act. The Kingpin Act targets the financial networks of significant foreign narcotics traffickers and their organizations worldwide. The accusations came two days after an indictment in federal court in Virginia accused fugitive Ayman Joumaa of leading a drug conspiracy that provided income for Hezbollah, an Iranian-backed Lebanese militant group that the U.S. has branded a terrorist organization. From approximately Jan. 1, 2007, to early 2011, at least $329 million was transferred by wire from LCB, the Hassan Ayash Exchange Company, the Ellissa Exchange Company and other Lebanese financial institutions, including Middle East and Africa Bank, the Federal Bank of Lebanon and BLOM Bank, to the United States (drug money) for the purchase and shipment of used cars that were shipped to the Middle East for resale and financing terrorism via Lebanese Hezbollah and the Quds force.

US is offering a $15 million reward for information on Abdul Reza Shahlai a top Iranian commander who allegedly planned the Karbala raid against U.S. and allied forces the 2007 raid in Iraq that killed five American soldiers. “Shahlai has a long history of attacks Americans and our allies globally,” Brian Hook, special representative for Iran, said in a press briefing on Thursday. The U.S. has twice named the man — a leader of the elite Quds Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps — a specially designated global terrorist. Shahlai, believed to be 62, is now based in Yemen, where he’s assisting rebels battling the U.S.-backed government and allied forces, Hook said. “He planned multiple assassinations of coalition forces in Iraq, provided weapons and explosives to violent Shia extremist groups, and planned the Jan. 20th, 2007 attack in Karbala that killed five American soldiers and wounded three others,” he said.
Iranian Gen Qasem Soleimani ordered elite Quds Force who took part in the Karbala Raid and murder of 5 US Soldiers Jan 20 2007. KARBALA IRAQ RAID: It was Jan. 20 2007 The U.S. soldiers had been in the garrison for a week, working with local police and provincial officials to ensure security for the 10-day Ashura religious commemoration, which was about to begin. Even in the middle of sectarian warfare, hundreds of thousands might show. A fleet of SUVs was racing toward the compound: two or three Suburbans, a black Chevy Tahoe or two, and at least three white Toyotas. The Suburbans had big cylindrical antennas on their front bumpers, the kind that jam signals used to trigger roadside bombs. And, like contractor and Army vehicles, placards were in the rear windows, warning motorists in English and Arabic to stay back 100 meters. The men inside were dressed in Army camouflage and carried American weapons. They knew enough English to bark simple commands and offer polite greetings. They knew exactly how the U.S. soldiers would defend the compound. They knew the compound’s most important room was the command and control center — with its radio-base stations — and they knew soldiers in the room would be off-guard and relaxing at 6 p.m. They even knew that the two senior-most American officers in Karbala would be in the room next door.  
U.S.: Iraqi Shiite Terror Squads Receiving Training in Iran,"special group criminals linked to Hezbollah" WASHINGTON — Iraqi Shiite explosive and assassination teams are being trained in at least 4 locations in Iran by Tehran's elite Quds force and Lebanese Hezbollah. The Karbala raid in Jan 2007 was a Iraqi Shiite Terror Squad who had Trained in Iran, "special group criminals". A senior U.S. military intelligence officer in Baghdad also said the fighters planned to return to Iraq in the next few months to kill specific Iraqi officials as well as U.S. and Iraqi forces. The intelligence officer described the information Thursday in an interview with The Associated Press. He spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the intelligence information. The officer on Wednesday provided Iraq's national security adviser with several lists of the assassination teams' expected targets. The country's intelligence service is now preparing operations to determine where and when the specially trained fighters will enter Iraq and will provide an assessment to Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, the intelligence officer said. The "Special Groups" operate throughout Iraq updated July 11th 2008. They planned and executed a string of bombings, kidnappings, sectarian murders and more against Iraqi citizens, Iraqi forces and coalition personnel. They receive arms -- including explosively formed penetrators, the most deadly form of improvised explosive device -- and funding from Iran. They also have received planning help and orders from Iran. Qayis Khazali was captured with Ali Musa Daqduq. He was in charge of these groups throughout Iraq since June 2006. He is an Iraqi who worked to develop the Iraqi groups into a network similar to Hezbollah. “It is important to point out that both Ali Musa Daqduq and Qayis Khazali state that senior leadership within the Quds Force knew of and supported planning for the eventual Karbala attack that killed five coalition soldiers.” “Ali Musa Daqduq contends the Iraqi special groups could not have conducted this complex operation without the support and direction of the Quds Force.“Ali Musa Daqduq and Qayis Khazali both confirm that Qayis Khazali authorized the operation and Azhar al-Dulaymi, (killed) executed the operation.
Iran, Hezbollah's mentor, denies giving any support to Shiite extremists in Iraq. Arrested leaders of the "Special Group Criminals" in Iraq during 2007 were Ali Musa Daqduq, Qais Khazali and Layith Khazali,(see photos above) they were the Iranian operatives who helped plan a January 2007 raid in Karbala in which five American soldiers were killed, as per a American military spokesman in Iraq. The attackers carried forged identity cards and wore American-style uniforms, they drove 6 white GMC Suburban SUV's. One American died at the start of the raid, but the rest of the American soldiers were abducted before they were killed. General Bergner declined to speculate on the Iranian motivations. But he said that interrogations of Qais Khazali, a Shiite militant who oversaw Iranian-supported cells in Iraq and who was captured several months ago along with another militant, Laith Khazali, his brother, showed that Iran’s Quds force helped plan the operation.
Similar information was obtained following the capture of a senior Hezbollah operative, Ali Musa Daqduq, General Bergner said. The capture of Mr. Daqduq had remained secret until mid July 2007. “Both Ali Musa Daqduq and Qais Khazali state that senior leadership within the Quds force knew of and supported planning for the eventual Karbala attack that killed five coalition soldiers,” General Bergner said. Documents seized from Qais Khazali, General Bergner said, showed that Iran’s Quds Force provided detailed information on the activities of American soldiers in Karbala, including shift changes and the defenses at the site. The U.S. military also wants the Iraqi government to take steps to protect the targets. "Wanted" posters picturing men believed to be heading the special groups are being posted around Baghdad, the military officer said. The fighters are expected to return to Iraq between now and October, but the officer said there's no intelligence suggesting they are actually in Iraq yet. Many of the fighters fled to Iran this spring after Iraqi government forces cracked down first on militia sanctuaries in Basra and Sadr City in Baghdad, then Amarah, and now in Diyala province, the military officer said. One of the reasons the U.S. believes the special groups moved out during that period is the sharp decline in the number of deadly roadside bombs using explosively formed penetrators.
The officer said training is going on in at least four locations in Iran: Qom, Tehran, Ahvaz and Mashhad. The elite Quds Force is a branch of Iran's Revolutionary Guard. The Islamic militant group Hezbollah, based in Lebanon, is believed to receive weapons from Syria and Iran. The number of "special group criminals" — the U.S. name for Iraqi fighters sponsored by Iran — is unknown but is estimated to be in the hundreds and possibly more than 1,000. According to the officer, the training camps are operating under the direction of Quds force commander, Brig. Gen. Ghassem Soleimani, with the knowledge and approval of Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. The training includes how to conduct reconnaissance to pinpoint targets, small arms and weapons training, small unit tactics, and terrorist cell operations and communications. They are also learning how to use explosively formed penetrator bombs and other improvised explosive devices and rocket propelled grenades, including the RPG-29, a signature weapon of Lebanese Hezbollah and the Quds force.

Lebanese Hezbollah conducts much of the training in the camps because its members speak Arabic, the dominant language in Iraq. The trainees in the Iranian camps include three Iraqis already wanted by the Iraqi government for terrorist attacks: Haji Mahdi, Haji Thamir, and Baqir al Sa'idi, the officer said. He identified two Iraqi Shiite militia groups in Iran by name: "The League of the Righteous," or "Asaib al Haq," and the "Kataib al Hezbollah." The "special group criminals" are offshoots of cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's Jaysh al-Mahdi militia. They spun off their own groups after al-Sadr declared a cease-fire with the Iraqi government in August 2007 and are not thought to be under his control now. "We continue to conduct precision targeting against special group criminals in order to provide security and stability for the people of Baghdad," said Lt. Col. Steven Stover, spokesman for Multi-National Division – Baghdad and the 4th Infantry Division. "We will protect the population against an enemy who fires rockets and mortars, small-arms fire and rocket-propelled grenades without regard for where they land."



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